The rising sun burns though hill fog shrouding the Old Man of Coniston, illuminating the fresh snow.
The view down over Wasdale from the SW flanks of Great Gable. Testament to the rule that heading out in the worst conditions often yields the best light, the fog broke infront of me finally revealing the view I was seeking.
Warm morning light glows on the face of the Duke of Portland boathouse, Ullswater.
The rising sun backlights layers of mist overlying Windermere, and the shadowed peak of Pike O Blisco.
The Old Man of Storr on the Isle of Skye is illuminated by warm November light, shortly after sunrise.
In the summer months the rising sun occupies the gap between Great Gable and Lingmell, when viewed from the western shoreline of Wastwater.
The classic view of Etive Mor with dramatic spotlighting on its rocky peak, following the years first snowfall.
Rich light penetrates the low cloud hanging over Striding Edge, illuminating the rich greens of Nethermost Cove just off Helvellyn.
The low sun backlights the vivid autumn colours lining the floor of Glen Etive, providing a stark contrast to the dark rock of the surrounding mountains.
Strong golden crepuscular rays break over Causey Pike, as the sun sinks in the sky.
The sun breaks the low lying cloud in the valleys, as viewed from my perch atop Bristly Ridge on Glyder Fach in Snowdonia.
Storms brood beyond Neist Point on the westernmost tip of the Isle of Skye, as day turns to night.
A wide range of autumn colours reflect in the sheltered Yewtree Tarn providing an almost abstract image.
Rich pastel pinks paint the snow covered landscape and sky looking towards Skiddaw.
A lone fell walker stops to observe the sunrise through the fog on the summit of Helvellyn.
Dappled light illuminates a valley of rich greens in the North Pennines on the moors near Alston, Cumbria.
The old bridge is side lit by warm afternoon light on a brisk November afternoon.
A burst of light illuminates the Uig peninsula on the Isle of Skye as squall passes out at sea.
Cotton plants bask in the warm haze of the late evening sun on the Simonside Hills near Rothbury, Northumberland.
Dramatic light breaks over the lower slopes of the Rhyd Ddu ridgeline leading down from the summit of Snowdon.
The clouds part the vibrant orange light over the summit of Ben Aan, as the sun sets.
The setting sun forms a sunstar beside the sea stack at Talisker Bay, Isle of Skye.
The fresh November sky displays the colours of the St Andrews flag as it is reflected in the glassy Loch Etive, Glencoe.
Warm autumn colours beside Blea Tarn are spotlit by the morning sun, with the distant Langdales reflected in the still water.
The sky burns pink as dusk descends over Castle Stalker and the hills behind.
The setting sun casts warm golden light on the grass lining the walls of Honister Pass with the road winding down the valley below.